Win Tickets to Outdoor Cinema at Hodsock Priory!

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This summer Big Sky Cinema are bringing some cracking movie titles to the glorious gardens of Hodsock Priory. A brilliant way to make the most of these final summer evenings, head down to this gorgeous estate with a delicious picnic, blankets and good friends for a cinema experience you won’t forget.

We have teamed up with Hodsock and Big Sky Cinema to offer two set of tickets for you and a friend to see Pixar’s modern classic Up (16th August) or the fantastic sing-along musical Mama Mia (27th August).

All you need to do is answer one question, add your details and decide which movie you want to see!

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Hodsock Priory is a charming 19th century country house set in the beautiful Robin Hood Country of north Nottinghamshire. Hundreds of years of history centre around the estate, and evidence of Roman, Saxon and Bronze Age occupation has been discovered in the gardens.

Now an exquisite wedding venue, Hodsock Priory opens to the public twice each year for a spectacular show of nature as delicate snowdrops and bluebells blanket the gardens in March and May.

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Posted on 02 August 2017
Featured author: Sophie

Writer and amateur local historian with an affection for English eccentrics. Returned to Nottingham in 2013, only to fall in love with the creative and cultural goings of the city.

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